Agricola, Georg, De re metallica Libri XII, Quibus Officia, Instrumenta, Machinae, ac omnia ..., 1556

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              pertingat, metitur: atque ex ea
                <expan abbr="dimẽſione">dimenſione</expan>
              cognoſcit quo loco foſſæ
                <expan abbr="latẽtis">latentis</expan>
              uel
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              cuniculi ſurſum uerſus
                <expan abbr="fodiendũ">fodiendum</expan>
              ſit, et quot uenæ
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              paſſus reſtent, ut
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              puteus perfodi poſsit. </s>
              <s id="N11E7E">Dixi de priori
                <expan abbr="dimetiẽdi">dimetiendi</expan>
              ratione, nunc
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              de altera. </s>
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              Cùm una uena propius ad
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              accedit, & earum diuerſi ſunt poſſeſſores,
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              qui nuper uenerunt in
                <expan abbr="poſſeſsionẽ">poſſeſsionem</expan>
              ſiue
                <expan abbr="cuniculũ">cuniculum</expan>
              , uel foſſam
                <expan abbr="latentẽ">latentem</expan>
              agant, ſi
                <lb/>
              ue puteum fodiant, in ueterum dominorum quadratum nullo iure inua­
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              dunt, aut inuadere uidentur: quocirca hi plerumque ius ſuum repetunt, aut
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              perſequuntur iudicio. </s>
              <s id="N11EA5">Sed menſor uel ipſe controuerſiam inter dominos di
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              rimit, uel arte ſua iudices inſtruit ad decernendum, ut alter ab alterius metal
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              lo manus abſtineat. </s>
              <s id="N11EAC">Itaque primò utriuſque partis fodinas metitur funiculis ca­
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              nabinis & ex philyris tiliæ factis: & ad eos orbe, uel inſtrumento, cui index
                <lb/>
              eſt, applicato punctis notat partes, in quas extenduntur. </s>
              <s id="N11EB3">Deinde funiculos
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              in æquata planicie extendit: tum ab ea parte, cuius domini ſunt in antiqua
                <lb/>
              quadrati poſſeſsione orſus alteram uerſus, ſeu in uenæ tecto ſeu in funda­
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              mento fuerit, tranſuerſarium funiculum rectà ſecundum ſextam inſtrumen
                <lb/>
              ti, cui index eſt, partem tendit ſpacio paſſuum trium & dimidij: atque ueteri­
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              bus dominis
                <expan abbr="ſuũ">ſuum</expan>
              tribuit. </s>
              <s id="N11EC4">Quod ſi
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              unius uenæ latus in duobus cuni­
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              culis uel foſsis latentib. </s>
              <s id="N11ECD">aduerſis fodiatur, menſor prius expendit
                <expan abbr="inferiorẽ">inferiorem</expan>
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              cuniculum uel foſſam latentem, poſterius ſuperiorem, & conſiderat quan­
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              tum uterque paulatim altior factus ſit: utrinque
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              uiri robuſti funiculos ex­
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              tentos ſic manu comprehendunt & tenent, ut nihil remittant: utrinque men­
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              ſor perticas, longas paſſum dimidium, funiculis ſupponit: & poſteriori qui
                <lb/>
              dem parte bacillum breue, quoties eo ſibi opus eſt, perticæ: ſed quidam ad
                <lb/>
              perticas funiculos, ut minus uacillent, alligant. </s>
              <s id="N11EE4">Libram uerò menſor, ut certi
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              us utrinque expendere poſsit, ad medium funiculum appendit: atque ex ea re
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              cognoſcit utrum alter cuniculus magis quàm alter, ſimiliter altera foſſa la­
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              tens magis quàm altera aſſurrexerit. </s>
              <s id="N11EED">Deinde utrinque obliquitatem
                <expan abbr="puteorũ">puteorum</expan>
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              metitur, ut utrinque eorum rectitudinem habere poſsit. </s>
              <s id="N11EF6">Tum facile perſpicit
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              quot paſſuum ſpacium perfodiendum reſtet. </s>
              <s id="N11EFB">Cuniculus autem quiſque, ut di
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              xi, centum paſſuum ſpacio altior uno paſſu fieri debet.</s>
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